Free Application Analysis Using Artificial Intelligence

Maybe you know WHICH APPLICATION is causing your performance problems. Maybe you don’t…

Even so, WHAT specifically within an application is the performance bottleneck?

Often small changes in the source code have huge impact… But, amongst thousands of lines of code, where do you start?

SOSY’s performance analysis tool, GiAPA, uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to pinpoint the pain-points AND offers tips that reveal which code modifications may result in improved performance.

See section introducing GiAPA here.

Invest 15 minutes & we will tell you whether GiAPA can help you… FOC! 

Want to see if GiAPA can help you improve your application performance?

It only requires 15 minutes of your time!


  1. Order the FREE Performance X-ray
  2. Collect data on your system for two days
  3. Send the data to GiAPA’s FTP site
  4. Get the initial performance feedback for free!

GiAPA service offerings

If we can help you improve performance, there are multiple options available:

  1. Performance Health Check – where we give you a detailed report and overview of the findings during the 2-day collection period
  2. Performance Insurance Service – used when you have regular problems, but don’t know exactly when they occur. For this scenario, download GiAPA and start the data collection. When you experience the problem the next time, send us your data. You only pay then, not while the data collection is going on for xx days or weeks.
  3. Software license purchase or rental – this is the most common way of acquiring GiAPA
  4. Performance consultancy – use our performance expert to help you improve the performance in your environment.

Get going with GiAPA in 15 minutes

It only takes 15 minutes to download GiAPA and get the data collection going.

After 2 days, you stop the data collection and send the data to GiAPA’s FTP site, and we will then use GiAPA to analyse your data and produce the report as per the agreement made.

Order your FREE Performance X-ray or more information on GiAPA here